After being affected by Hurricane Irma, Stephen Ross was hoping the NFL would give the Dolphins some relief. The NFL already postponed the Dolphins week 1 match-up against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That game will be played in week 11. Ross asked the NFL if they could move the London game to Miami, but the NFL declined. The league was never going to change it, but kudos to Ross for looking out for his team.
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Miami Dolphins ask about moving Oct. 1 game from London; NFL responds | Miami Herald
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross confirms he asked the league about moving the game to Miami in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
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Dolphins assess what, if any, damage Irma caused to stadium | Miami Herald
Hurricane Irma chased the Dolphins away from home this weekend. Did it also damage its home field? An inspection will determine the impact.
One goal for Miami Dolphins is react to Hurricane Irma same way ‘92 team reacted to Hurricane Andrew | Miami Herald
Adam Gase takes five minutes out of his afternoon for a phone call, and yes, it‘s in the middle of Hurricane Irma.
What’s next for Miami Dolphins after Hurricane Irma? | The Daily Dolphin
Owner Stephen Ross and the Miami Dolphins asked the NFL if it could move the Oct. 1 London game against the New Orleans Saints to Miami, but the league said no, according to a league source. The Dolphins' season-opener this weekend against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was pushed back to Nov.
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